Asian Access Trains Young Southeast Asian Professionals for Ministry: It ‘Starts with a Deep Love for God’

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Does a calling to ministry mean no full-time career? That’s a question many young professionals in Southeast Asia are asking.

Mary Jo Wilson says Asian Access walks alongside them through these decisions, “Just considering how God could be working through them in their vocation, and how they are uniquely positioned out in the world to be light and to be Christ’s presence. To see God working through all that is a new concept. We’ve seen this to be hugely freeing for them.”

The training

These young professionals want training to be good leaders. Wilson says, “Half of our cohort is our singles. They’re earlier in life, starting into their careers, and passionate about Christ.”

This training starts with a deep love for God. This affects every aspect of their lives, from business dealings to workplace relationships. Eventually, they learn ways to share their faith in these environments.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller


  • Ask God to bless these young professionals and empower them in Jesus’ love to strengthen the local church.